The Origins of Natural Cosmetics Movements
It is quite common in our society to clean our faces with harsh sulfates, moisturize them with mineral oil and other petrolatum products (made from the oil industry), bathe in chemical fragrances and drying alcohols, and paint our nails with products that release carcinogens into the air.
It has been business as usual for decades, but it wasn’t always this way. By the 1990s, the organic food movement had spread around the world. Every day, more and more consumers demand food produced without synthetic pesticides and potentially harmful chemicals. But what about personal care products? This is where the natural skin care rebels come in to the picture, thank goodness! Read more